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Travel Blogs from Stevensville
... Blake was living there so we felt like we knew
our way around somewhat. Well it’s astounding what you forget in 8 years –
nothing looked to same!
On Saturday it was pouring down rain which as we found out
was the first rain in quite a while. It made touring almost impossible. We did
get a few pictures to show you. Of course we did find a bowling place and I had
a much better day. I scored my highest score to date ...
... It was only fitting to carry on the tradition with a friendly tennis match between Mikey and Victor. Plus, for reasons too complicated to explain here, Victor had a promise to fulfill. Unfortunately, the wind was so strong no one could fully show off their talents so a rematch will need to be scheduled. I could see Mikey had a very strong and consistent serve and Victor could usually work a good drop shot into the rally. TA ...
... The Indians would come to the prairie in search of the camas plant's edible bulbs. In fact, they were very careful on the method and frequency of the harvest to ensure new crops for the following years. Camas was and still is coveted as a sweetener and enhancer as sweetening agents were in short supply to native peoples.
Graingeville is the largest city and county seat of Idaho County (pop. 3100 souls). In the 1860's- 1870's gold prospectors would cross ...
Left farm at 7:45......temp is 33....odometer is 121474. There were snow pellets hitting our window until about Fergus Falls, Stopped for gas to Tower City, ND.......35.93 on Visa. Potty, coffee an cinnamelts stop at Jamestown......2.46 cash. Lunch and a can of 'duets' at Cracker Barrel in Bismarck.....22.38 on Visa. Gas and potty stop at ...
... scoop from someone who has seen so much throughout the years. All the street signs and directions along the way were in both English and the Indian interpretation along with it. There are a number of Indian reservations throughout the area.
Flathead Lake was breathtaking. As you crossed one of the mountain peaks, you saw nothing but this beautiful lake. The lake itself it 30 miles wide x 14 miles long. It's huge and the amazing thing is I ...
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